Interview: Deborah From Jacobs Inn Hostel | Dublin

1) Jacobs Inn has been voted one of the top 10 hostels by Hostelworld guests; is there a criteria that people vote on for your hostel, among others, to be among one of the best hostels out there? Yes the Criteria can be seen here Hostelworld – Isaacs Hostel Dublin Reviews and include value for [...]

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Follow Up Interview: Cailin from Travel Yourself

1) 2013 Year in Review for Travel Yourself: What You May Have Liked and Didn’t Like 2013 was a really great year of travel for my. I visited the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Maui, Italy, Croatia, Israel, 5 countries in Southern Africa and a few other places. To be quite honest I loved all of [...]

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Follow Up Interview: Brendan From Brendan’s Adventures

1) 2013 Year in Review for Brendan’s Adventures, It’s My Life 365 and Vagabundo Magazine: What You May Have Liked and Didn’t Like This year really was crazy. From a personal standpoint it was easily the most fulfilling of my life. I drove a scooter the down the western side of Africa through some incredible [...]

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Follow Up Interview: Andy From Weekend Student Adventures

1) 2013 Year in Review for Weekend Student Adventures 2013 was yet another record-breaking year for us at WSA Europe – we kicked off the Spring 2013 semester with one of our biggest speaking circuits to date. Throughout January, I was able to visit over 30 university campuses in Europe to share about my travel [...]

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Follow Up Interview: Irene From Tuscany on a Budget

1) 2013 Year in Review for Tuscany on a Budget: What You May Have Liked and Didn’t Like Last year I have decided to open a new trade mark ” Italy on a Budget tours” with the idea to offer more tours in other great locations in Italy. Last summer we have covered other destinations; [...]

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Follow Up Interview: Daniel and Audrey From Uncornered Market

1) 2013 Year in Review for Uncornered Market: What You May Have Liked and Didn’t Like Last year was a pretty full year for us in terms of travel, speaking and other projects. When I put together our 2013 round-up post even I was a bit surprised by how much of the world we had [...]

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Follow Up Interview: Gary From Everything Everywhere

1) 2013 Year in Review for Everything Everywhere 2013 was my busiest year ever. I stepped foot in 44 different countries and territories, visited 73 new UNESCO World Heritage Sites and took 84 flights. It was an incredibly busy and tiring year. 2) What to Expect from Everything Everywhere in 2014 2014 will include a [...]

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Follow Up Interview: Janice From Solotraveler

1) 2013 Year in Review for Solotraveler and The Traveler’s Handbooks : What You May Have Liked and Didn’t Like What I liked? So much fabulous travel. What I didn’t like? So much fabulous travel. I continue to struggle with traveling as much as I want with my desire to be at home nurturing the [...]

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Follow Up Interview: Lauren From Never Ending Footsteps

1) What did you love or didn’t love about the choices you made in 2013 while traveling? The ups: I hiked across a glacier, attempted to run up the steepest street in the world, saw wild penguins and sea lions on a beach, hiked through glowworm-filled caves, hiked over an active volcano and learned to [...]

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Follow Up Interview: Barbara From Hole in the Donut Cultural Travel

1) 2013 Year in Review for Hole in the Donut Cultural Travel 2013 was my seventh consecutive year of traveling around the world. It was also a difficult year for me, health-wise. I struggled with a bad left knee and hip and a horrible bout of food poisoning that left me exhausted for weeks afterward. [...]

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Postcards From Around the World

Postcards From Around the World

I never knew there were so many types of postcards or should I saw designs until I started traveling. You always think there are a few designs for each city or country you visit until you get there. Then you see all the many designs that someone comes up with to put on a postcard [...]

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